We’ve been in Cuenca, Ecuador for 10 days now and are loving it. It feels like we’ve been here so much longer! We’ve already met some amazing people, too.
This week we both got a lot of work done and we’ve launched our new coaching program to a select group of beta testers. Super exciting stuff and I can’t wait to see where their ideas go.
Are you ready to come on an adventure with us?
See our photo album here. It’s hosted on Facebook, but you DO NOT need a Facebook account to see the photo album.
Here are some videos from the last few days (If you’re short on time, don’t skip the FOX and LION videos!):
This zoo was more like an animal refuge — here is a quick look at the types of paths there were. Most of the zoo was climbing/hiking up actual mountainside, with no planks at all!
Parrots saying “Hola!” at Pumapungo bird refuge:
Two videos of Andean bears at Amaru Zoo:
We don’t know what this animal is … can’t remember the name!
FOXES!! If you skip all the others, watch this one! (And the lion ones!)
A badass Andean Condor (HUGE BIRD) whose one job was to dominate the water hose …
A wild boar stand-off … we don’t know why they didn’t like the other boar …
Clever monkey skills:
A little monkey showing off for us:
A Galapagos tortoise chowing down — this guy is 80 years old!!
And the best for last: Two AMAZING VIDEOS of the lions and their cubs. If I wasn’t so darn hungry (this was the last stop in the zoo’s circuit), I’d have stayed and watched them for hours! In fact, I’d totally go to this zoo again JUST to see the lions. That alone was worth the $6 admission fee 🙂